Wetlands Walkers

Wetlands Walkers

"A walk in nature is better than a treadmill any day of the week!"

Join Wetlands Walkers! 
Your reported miles must be from your walks at Wetlands Park. Anyone can join!
Click here to report your miles walked. 

Wetlands Walkers is a self-guided program to help you reach your fitness goals while walking in the beauty and serenity of nature. Participants walk the trails in the Park, track mileage and earn rewards at milestones. Walk the trails with friends, family, or on your own. Each year, the program focuses on a different migratory species that migrates through the park. The goal of the program is for all participants to collectively walk the distance that the focus species migrates each year. Can you help us reach the goal? 

Good walking shoes, hat, and water are a must. Camera and binoculars are a plus, because you never know what you might see in the Park!

2020: Year of the Painted Lady!

painted lady butterfliesThe painted lady (Vanessa Cardui) is a familiar, orange and black butterfly. At first glance, it may appear to be a Monarch but it is smaller than its more famous migrating cousin. It inhabits backyards and meadows throughout most of the world, except Australia and Antarctica. North American painted ladies lay their eggs in the desert near the Mexican border and head to the Pacific Northwest annually. In spring, painted ladies fly low when migrating, usually only 6 to 12 feet above the ground. This makes them highly visible to butterfly watchers.

The Painted Lady can travel 1,750 miles in the fall and 1,750 miles in the spring, making this year's goal 3,500 miles total!

Wetlands Walkers Milestone Rewards

Fifth (5th) Visit: Pedometer
50 miles: Field guide to the Lower Las Vegas Wash
100 miles: Wetlands Park Shoulder Sling Bag
200 miles: Wetlands Walkers Baseball Cap/Hat

Clark County Wetlands Park
7050 Wetlands Park Lane
Las Vegas, NV 89122
Phone: (702) 455-7522
Email: wetlands@clarkcountynv.gov